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Delicious Lunch Recipe

If you love sushi you are going to love these do-it-yourself tuna salad sushi wraps! This is such an easy, delicious, and nutrient-dense lunch, that even the kids will enjoy. You can use any variety of fish or canned chicken for this recipe. I like using wild-caught sardines, packed in olive oil because they have the most omega-3 fats and creatine, however, mackerel, herring, tuna, or salmon are also great choices. Remember to buy wild-caught, good-quality canned fish. Use whatever fresh veggies you like to pack in the middle of these tasty wraps. Finally, most grocery stores carry Nori sheets in their Asian-food aisle, just make sure you read the label so you don’t buy ones that contain any added vegetable oils.

Tuna salad sushi wrap recipe


• 1 can of tuna, sardines, salmon or other canned or fresh cooked fish/shrimp (use whatever you like) you could even use canned chicken if you don’t like fish

• Organic Nori sheets (2)-make sure you buy just seaweed, no added oils

• 1 small cucumber julienned or thinly sliced

• 1 carrot, julienned

• ½ avocado, sliced or mashed

• 1-2 tbsp. Avocado oil mayonnaise

• 1 tsp. Sriracha hot sauce

• 1 tsp. sesame seeds

• 1 tbsp. soy sauce (Kikkomon is naturally brewed, if you can’t find it, use Tamari or Coconut Aminos)

• 1 tbsp. rice wine vinegar

• Optional cauliflower rice


Mix fish or other meat with mayo, hot sauce, soy sauce, and rice wine vinegar, and mix well.

If you are using avocado you can mash it down onto the nori and spread it into a thin layer, or slice it thinly and lay it down the center.

Add ½ your meat mixture to the center of the nori sheet and top with cucumber and carrots, top with sesame seeds.

Roll the sushi up tightly and slice however you like. If you want to just cut it in half or slice it into small pieces, up to you.

*If you are using cauliflower rice spread that out on the nori first, then add the rest of your toppings.

Dunk in extra soy sauce, add wasabi, or ginger!

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